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No FMLA Rights for Embassy Employee (access required)

A former contract employee of the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad who alleges she was illegally terminated for taking medical leave cannot sue for violation of the Family Medical Leave Act, 29 U.S.C. § 2601, because the embassy is not a U.S. territory and Congress cannot be assumed to have intended FMLA rights to have extraterritorial ...

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